• 0

TEXAS RED SIRES FIRST TWO FOALS!

Category : News , Stallions , TEXAS RED

Texas Red, a G1-Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner and millionaire, has sired his first two foals both born on January 23, 2018.

The first was a colt foaled in New York for Sandee Schultz. He is out of Betty’s Baroness (Smarty Jones), who is a half-sister to multiple G1-winning millionaire, Excellent Meeting ($1,402,396), as well as black-type stakes winners, Crowning Meeting ($514,732) and Crown of Crimson ($161,426). “He’s a big foal, stood up right away, very nice legs on this colt. I’m very pleased!” said Schultz.

The second was a filly foaled in Iowa for Jeff Hartz. She is out of Crystal Lake Drive (Giant’s Causeway), who is a half-sister to black-type stakes placed, Fleet Dude ($81,875). Crystal Lake Drive is out of a half-sister to Champion 3yo and successful sire, Afleet Alex ($2,765,800); coincidentally also the sire of Texas Red. She is also a half-sister to G2-placed Stakes winner, Unforgettable Max ($384,079), black-type stakes placed, Stormin Maggy, and also to Curlin Hawk, the dam of recent G3 Pilgrim winner, Seabhac. “I’m very happy with the result of this mating. This is a big healthy filly, a lot of substance to her; lots of leg and bone and very strong.” said Hartz.

Texas Red was a brilliant two year old and won the $2,000,000 G1 Breeder’s Cup Juvenile by 6-1/2 lengths. He earned a 104 beyer and also ran the fastest Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in the last 9 years. He was ranked co-#1 on the 2014 Experimental Free Handicap; tied with American Pharoah and was second by a very narrow margin in the voting for Eclipse Champion two year old. As a three year old, Texas Red won the $600,000 G2 Jim Dandy at Saratoga, defeating Frosted. He retired to Crestwood in 2017 with earnings of $1,767,300 and bred a quality first book of mares that consisted of 49% Black-type runners and/or Producers.

Texas Red stands at Crestwood Farm for $7,500 LFSN


  • 0

TU BRUTUS TO STAND AT CRESTWOOD IN 2018

Tu Brutus (CHI), a GSW son of Scat Daddy with a blistering fast 118 beyer, will enter stud at Pope McLean’s Crestwood Farm in Kentucky for the 2018 season. Tu Brutus will be the only son of Scat Daddy to stand in Kentucky.

In 2017, Scat Daddy was the world’s leading sire of two year olds by both earnings and Grade-1 winners. The 118 beyer speed figure earned by Tu Brutus was the third highest beyer figure earned by any horse of 2017. It was also only one point off of the 119 beyer figure that Arrogate earned with his track record breaking victory in the G1 Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes.

“Scat Daddy has been an undeniable global force, and unfortunately was lost too soon,” Pope McLean said. “We have been looking to stand a son of his and to tap into the precocity that he passes on. Tu Brutus was a star in the making and his 118 beyer validated that he was a Grade 1 talent on dirt. He has the type of physical and conformation that everyone wants, and we believe breeders will like what they see.”

He will stand as the property of a partnership for a fee of $5,000 LFSN. He will be available for inspection at Crestwood Farm’s Stallion Open House on Sunday, January 7th from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. Please call the farm for more information.


  • 0

2018 STALLION OPEN HOUSE SET FOR SUNDAY, JAN. 7TH

Category : Farm News , News , Stallions

Crestwood Farm will host their annual Stallion open house for breeders on Sunday, January 7th, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at their stallion barn on Spurr Road in Lexington, Ky.

Breeders are encouraged to register in person for the 2018 FREE season raffle for each stallion. Food and drinks will be served in a heated tent. For additional information on the Stallion Roster please visit the farm’s website at www.crestwoodfarm.com.


  • 0

BOWIES HERO, WINS THE G2 MATHIS BROTHERS MILE!

Bowies Hero, won the $200,000 G2 Mathis Brothers Mile Stakes at Santa Anita on Tuesday. He finished the mile on turf in 1:33.46 to pick up his first Graded score. Bowies Hero now has a record of 11-5-0-2 and earnings of $381,325. He was bred, foaled, raised and sold by Crestwood Farm.


  • 0

GO NONI GO BEATS GULFSTREAM ALLOWANCE FIELD BY 6 LENGTHS

Category : GET STORMY , News , Stallions

Go Noni Go, a two year old filly by GET STORMY, beat a salty Allowance field of twelve fillies on Sunday at Gulfstream Park. She now has a record of 7-2-1-1 and updated earnings of $98,645 for Three Diamonds Farm and Mike Maker. Go Noni Go was bred in Kentucky by David E. Hager II.


  • 0

NEW MAIDEN WINNER FOR TASTE OF PARADISE

High Class Taste, a three year old son of Taste of Paradise, broke his maiden by 9-1/2 lengths on December 8th at Remington Park.  He soundly defeated a field of eight horses.


  • 0

STORMY JUSTIN WINS AQUEDUCT MSW BY 2-1/2 LENGTHS

Category : GET STORMY , News , Stallions

Stormy Justin, a two year old colt by Get Stormy, won a $55,000 NY-bred Maiden Special Weight at Aqueduct on Sunday by 2-1/2 lengths going one mile on the grass.


  • 0

STORM RUNNER WINS MSW ON DIRT AT CHURCHILL BY 4-1/2 LENGTHS

Category : GET STORMY , News , Stallions

Storm Runner, a two year old colt by Get Stormy, won a $60,000 Maiden Special Weight on the dirt at Churchill Downs for Dale Romans and owners, Team Valor International and Gemstone Stables.


  • 0

STORMCOAST WINS MSW AT CHURCHILL DOWNS

Category : GET STORMY , News , Stallions

Stormcoast, a two year old gelding by Get Stormy, won a Maiden Special Weight at Churchill Downs on Thursday going 1-1/16th miles on the turf.


  • 0

STORM THE HILL 3RD IN G3-AUTUMN MISS S.

Category : GET STORMY , News , Stallions

Storm the Hill, a three year old filly by GET STORMY, became the third Graded Stakes horse for her sire when she finished third beaten 3-1/4 lengths in the $100,000 Grade 3 Autumn Miss Stakes at Santa Anita on Sunday. This was the first Graded placing earned for the Black-type winning filly of $172,995.